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Goal! Fast 50 winners to visit Chelsea FC!

Excited to hear that the Fast 50 Awards programme (highlighting the UK’s fastest growing UK technology companies) will offer all 50 winners the opportunity to attend an afternoon and evening of entrepreneur-focused networking and development at Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea Football Club. (Disclosure: We are working with Deloitte on targeting high growth companies for the programme.)

Chelsea Football Club hosts Deloitte Fast 50 Awards

Chelsea Football Club hosts Deloitte Fast 50 Awards

The venue is a purpose-built conference facility and the programme includes a tour of the ground, stadium and dressing rooms etc. I am excited to hear about this but hope that it will not alienate any supporters of other lesser/greater teams (delete as appropriate).

Details of the day’s activities will be confirmed soon (but probably after the 31st August deadline for entries) but will include opportunities to listen to some of Europe’s business leaders as well as network with other high achieving winners and the press. Details to follow.

This day traditionally wraps up with a gala networking dinner for the European Fast 500. And here is a little secret – usually the European Fast 500 features way more UK companies than those in the Fast 50. This means that even UK companies that are not in the UK Fast 50, can attend the event and feature in the European Fast 500 event at Stamford Bridge.

Deadline for entries is 31st August.

For further info send us an email Fast50@TheBLN.com or go to www.bit.ly/Fast50

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One response to “Goal! Fast 50 winners to visit Chelsea FC!”

  1. Gooner says:

    We entered the Fast 50 last year and made the winner’s list. The networking day at Lords Cricket Ground was very useful and it was a huge thrill to tour the ground.

    I cannot believe that running an event at Chelsea fc will be the same for a Gooner. I am seriously considering withdrawing this year even though we think we have a cracking chance of doing even better.

    Go England!